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   Fort Wayne Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 14, 1881, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               EVENING. NOVEMBER 14, VOL. XXI.-NO. 267 At o'clock SunJay Biorains 1'ri- The Mike widower, ,u deck shoving the rrto, hand into oue f pwk pet jammed between cf tbe oo by lltcker yo'ung FrencLmia, mill. 'rheUstlbr.-e w. re men. >V if a hid? unJ urrviug to the y.nc h PRICE THREE CENTS. i O'CLOCK P. M. THBILLINtt Account of tbe Sinking of the Lake Steamer Bruns- wick. Guiteauin Court, and ft Motion for Postponement of the'J rial. He Wants to Make a Speech, but is Silenced by the Court. Tbe Panel Exhausted by She Choice of Five Jury- men. And a New Venire Awarded Keturtmble Forth- with. district alt.ru.) declared hii readi- msa to pro -ecd '.be inson Iner raskc :i more tim; l.nttii fense, which nott.i raecllhe (iiiilnu. All the Kobinsin nai spiking, was carrjing n remonstrance with Scivilu-, app.ircnlly tiyinj to si.'l rrew him. At Ibe close f l.iiin'ons Speech, OuiteiU insisted on U-ing heard. He said I.e. was lhat a wa> be re- quested. He desired b- heard in Explosion ol a Battery Steam Boil- ers. of Accompanied by Great Life and perty. Pro- Msttera in Wall Street nnd From nil Over the World. C.ianse In Freight XB'V YOBK, November in went into efl-ct to-iiy on the Pennsylvania road. It wi'.ul al the Krie railroad offixs the chan.e in freight rales would giioto etfsct ina dayor t NCA French Ministry. November this ciu.-ninf, announced, to President (irevy. dtlnite iormation oi the cibinct It is confirmed that DeFrey- aactwill enter the ministry, con- Gaiuuetla has renounced i he idea of tbe presidency ol the ministry wilhout will, himself, Uke the portfolio I'f for, ij.'i allnirs. The aew will b- to morrow. Boy Stabbed. Siir.i.hWILLE, Ind., November U. -Oj Saturday evening Frank Her- ner anl Ljaii Marietta, boys aged fouri-xn aud ten respsctively, qnrrel- i-1 over a gams of marbles, when the y >un-er bjy ttarted to run to avoid a He was caught held by another bay, while Hxrner ran up be- liiui and "tabbei Marrietta in the back trsting tlie lung. The boy was siire l.ut uight, but is not ex ,f.l to live. Austrian ArTaira. November Knlntky, Austrian ambassador to bs. Ken suddenly recalled Thcrr ii i... doubt this Is clo-flycon- r.tctfi vri U the appointment of I suc.-e.sor to ths late Baron Von Hoy- premier. expcrienee of extenaivc land is that rents being paid in of the did ii'-t raw1. Ilie- thr-i-simr e CO.HS ll did and J ibougbt the yawl urn- in, and told the Ibcir seat The- Ung t  lu'l formed fiifd opinions the case, and tin o'.Lfrol the ground that he had cons.Icnliuu, temples c.i the subject of capitll puniihment. In examining jurors tfciville went ovt-r iVgo and I .lid let go I thought I would n vtr get to the top again. When I f ol up I caught on to some piece, nl wreck and wai picked up by the parly in the boat and with others lakento IJMki.L. When I trtchfj I nd I was so much exhausted inst 1 Ind 1.1 be carried asbcre. Tbe lircniwick headed we-t and l she The Oencral JIacVcagh uwk formal leave the department of justice this morning and will leave this afternoon for Philadelphia. a largn of ijncsticns i- to rc- lirinus and pjlilicat Veiii f. FiTe hare been obtuine-i and sworn ia. and follows: John P. Uartin, rcstaratt keeper; Fred maker; pleirart, and lltniyJ. liripht, retired from busimiss; il.omaa II. Lsnpley, giocer. Tl.e pinel ciiLsuste! altfr three jujrs had Uen J. at the aujfution ol t'ue di-tutt astoini y an ordsr draoinp se? euly-fiie nuKis froai the box. 1'i.e pri-T.r at thij s'owly i'.f.iii'.cd tlw tx.urt would like to a M Jj.ir- row.but he VAI orleml by '-he u.url to take hi- lie then passed a manuscript sp'nii to newsnaper re- porter, but before the latter co .1.1 leave the court nwoi, HcoviMe called him bark and compile.! hi This raise-i tbc prisoner, who to return e-xiitedly declared' he i.c.l under control ol his CO'JCJ-I-, lint be a lawyer and knew law lii-ssclf; th-tl wr.e'n he wanted bclp Le would for it, and that be Desired hn to be publisfd for ll.e purpose of in- ing pub'.ir opini-m. He was silenced by the court, and it bsving tren njrte.! tbit sittings of the court -beiuM be from 10 a. u. to 3 p. m., allowing a talf hour for recess, the court adjourned. Collusion, and Sinking of the Steamer Brunswick. Utin.-iii. November H.-Ciptain Chtrabeiiain, of tbc -uuken steamfr Brunswick. arrived in Ibis city and givei Ibe following account nl the collision btt.etn his vewl and the schooner Cailinfford, ofl Port Mntters nnd Things Street. YORK, Co'.lM.rne rfatura.iv: at 10 o'clock cargo of I Ml lluifalo night with cc bound f.T Dulutb. It inunirga littlr whtn we lell. it II o'clock the ni-Jit was .juite ('.fir, with. Ibe wiiri sbout tut and wv tntyiovtn hour. At 1 the lirst rr.ste. John r, took charge and 1 wtnt .It lunch Whin 1 kit tbe deik tl.e weather pans of other counties, there is a feneial determination not to Killeen tenants, of the Eul of Coik, repudiate and condemn the recent on the estate. The govern ment cMtemplates .ending a fourth temporary sub-commission under tbe laud act. The referring to the stilus and protiieits ot the occupation of lime of the assstaot commisaionera for filing a f ilr rent under Ihe land act, me-inbrr of parliament, when ptriiiment meets, will move, for a ae- Itr.t committee lo inquire into their antecedents and qualifications. Cuiteau In Court. WAHIIMII-OX November 1 o lock precisely Judge Walter S. Co. entered Ihe criminal court and c.iun was III- crier. (luileau OH-, br.iuslit into tbe court by an 1 hudepuliee. much belter ondillan phy.lciPyanl otherwise when be I" 'M3> to pleail I iudiclment Slill he had ihe s-.inf rfs'.l, ss, f'Uli' Ufore. He his handcuns off. I wtut into tlic lal-'n took L.ff my overcoat ami Iwots, >te luaih and sat down by tbc bfatrr fo a rooke, had ju.t fioishid my smoke Hid wi> pulling ua my boot to go (orTatd whrrc ray room was when I fell a jsr imme- iliati-ly L..rd t signal fo the engine to stop and luck. A sAfont jtr was felt, oliich I fupposedwt causftl by I declared opened inraediately thereafter again'! i, llins inJ -Ink of tie Hrun under her ate-n.' for hen Itw wheeler cilied to tbe our [his Frm-r the schooner is coming ir. stajs." your wheel called out Lc mate. Then looking al Ihe nej through bis glass he said, r..i. keen her starboard. We bave'nt imt to iorl." Before any other move b; made, cr41ision occurred. The fact thai Ihe schooner InfW rcheu immediately ahead tu ihe would seen) to be borne out llie that she was showing her lighta on btr starboard tide when yet was struck on urt side. Jno. Friisr, ailor, having had command of eitl Isrge. sturocrs, including tbe lac MST erd Mineral Itxk. He is "iiiy y.srsol age. Mr. Fran comb, the engineer, was also silly years if age, and has sev ril ijrowu formerly lived n Windsor an-1 was engin- ronlbe tranifer steamer, Union. Mrs. O. S. Kletcber, cook, wia wld- >w, an.) bad the daughler who wss lost wiih her a son and danghler. lielattti king the wile of Captain flicker, of tbe Winons. llie Hrurisniik owned by i. of thi  volvt. on county, JJJH H. yesterday BY TELEGRAPH.' THE LATEST MARKETS. [NOTI.-TM mardft report" Blri-n are quotations or to-dM bl tolfmpj from fltln tner U oVIoca: this srtUktn to ni TF. inforneJ th- tbe Tire, which bid tie on either a-.i! in f irt thrtatentd that [Kirtior. of the block esil, u a strottg wiutl w .s the west. Under the of Ciiirf Vogel the wtrc l.ravcly and fearle.-f'.y fought the f. until Archie rH. Clair, employed at tbe Ohio Falls car works, at Jeffersonville, TTSJ, struck on the head yesterday by a heavy plsnk an-1 danrenusiy butt. __A acd restanrant st Hall, Morgan c mnty, was blown lo atoms ky dynamite on Thursday ni-ht. The parlies who ilia unknown. N. I'. Wilker-03, of Terrf ___ _ invented in improved j Thrir tlumlier) wtw disturbed igiin about U o'clock in the mornini, llw fire WM HrclMfd t entirely uu ler control. water wre, ttreanis cver, the liurnir.s >rtrfl IEHTI.VIL ean pft Ihi bc-allii they ci'lna him fj: The bjard of health 'iwire to say through THE Snsrisni. that bed and all tue litely to b: used in R hospital wonld bf thankfully re- ceived fnai any of our citimn who are chs.rilabiy inclined. H McKinnie from the we-t uight. Juiin WUber and Anna M. Katal oetn licensed to rr.airy. A pi Xlie building until 11 o'clock. Tbe fir.- 1 -rill be he'd t.ty ball this evrning. then cess ii their w.irk and vrent M. E hf. homo lo uke a mue'a needed rt-kt. lion cf Ihe city council 1 this evrning. a call for a cattle and go'. h. r no it. tc be a T, ry gr-at improve- merit. Stanley, "ear Union art Wayne nmr.'y line, bud his house nil "f tbr -.'niiU-nis in the after v the fire. breaking but il very bnrntd j Thf buildiug wiicr. nited lieiocged to anl damaged 'o y.-'.cr.s in-urcd in Ojl.) farm- sior.ers to b? I.eld to-morrow. j untn the 5tL of December. They returned fifttfn more indict- tntcts, one e.f Ihim efaicst for larceny. Just who tte othir ih.lictrr.fnts are and the Cre origi- Hiker nMf, thr extent of n or what ninies, is (ir.enf these tbingi Ihe u-.'in.ing fr.-ifi.l inn through Worlhioglun.. a brikemin, Sullinfer, lell betiwn the cars, tlir Irain passing orcr him, i anl it it fitally. h> Kriou'ly, frame in the part of Lijtoncer l.urn- Alton and Terre Hsute tbarei were notably strong, common selling up 2, and The rest cf the mark' I aisj ririn al Ihe firsl and an advance of rfcorJe.1. Ihe most marked being in Krie prpferrid, Missouri crn 1'icific an 1 Texas Pacific, a. and an advance in stock this week if the general market e is predicted in Mem- The 'vansviilrf promises tocklhi is strong. phis and Charleston and in Texas and is. laua Kcnritin. Erie is booming mnch more plenty n ihe street A piivat; cablegram Saturday to stated lhal Karopean proiiei of would be given to neither Gould or Vanderbilt. The Impreniou thai Jewett will be re-elected is becoming more genera1. The Baldwin Caae. .....riKK, N. J., Novvembii Tbe case of Cashier Baldwin came cd Friday raorniDg, the house, Orecn's martet anil K ii- ser's barber shop. The fire in the Wiggins hwe, a bastlcry of uniavory reputation. I'.rinnrgar, the man who to mrsteriouily disappeared from his borne in the northern pirt of 1-iw- rence county, three weeks since, has written back to one of his brothers frott some print In the west, but gives no reason for his strange conduct. barn of Mr-. J. I. P.Hijohu, mother ot Peltijohn, seven northwest of Xoblesviile, was burned on Thursday night, with a buggy harness, 400 of corn, 20U bushels of wheat, potaloes, elc Loss, insured fort'OO. Mr. J. B. Peltijohn fell oil bouse and was considerably injured. W. lorci-ilj pastor of tbe First Christian chiir-b, of In- dianapolis, is a succesa as an isl. He has jusl a moalh's labC'i al Cirlisle, Sullivan county, al which seventy five persons were con- verted. This is about an average of his work in diSerent six-lions of Illi- nois and Ibis sUle for thi last two to the fell ceol can't However, thit Indict- 'd spsinst the wis (Jmriifjfd about The l-m to Il.-ckir ft stork will b? about whicb is the amount of csrry. stoc-k owrei by M. N. Jacobs i was damaged to th? extect of liU'lmg suii ublifhing forged letlers purporting lo bave been written by W. T. Pr-tt. _____ Book We acknowledge Ih; receipt, fiom was amige o exe c o plac.- prrsented a boiri- 1 Keil liro., the frtllowir.g books ble appearance to rajr-, hides atd to Manitoba." other stuff b -ing scatterpl around ia confuiion. Tlw buildinss. are badly wrecked and will have to be nearly cUi'lriictfd anew in order to U wii W) mip, "Ihs O -it break of tUc by JohnO. Koit H-nry tu by before the Tailed iocer this moroicj. statea commh Martin, of Mar> iif agan' wirk I immtdUlely ran forward tin A Ujnyan, Wall street broker-, pnxluced a batch of Nugent'i drafu negotiated them for Baldwin. conns-l examined Martin to that lUldwin had large itock iranaactions in other one ac- count was in wife'" name, but the amount infolnd wai not oiet OW. Un brother Theodore, bink teller, alto had an account which became ao large that wai notined. He appeared purprited, but afterward said it waa all njut. The account increase and wmeiimes he from fiO.OWi to HO.OUO in K. Force. of tbe The ol liui..hnge east of the fire speedily out ic of ap; TLe uuu who 'Yv.ui'l hive .iuiie uiucU better and TM.rk in extiugui-bingthe wf Chief were l ''.-rcotty'' years. Morgan, who cUsrged lo leurn by Ihe lia-.'l'- llial Eordcn an "exciling incident'' orcurnd i.- twren them at the tire. A Ifiwien Vogel ..nd Fred Miihae't, in which the Utter got tte tire rirst district, in bitterly denounced the (irubbs libel Col. John C. Whitnov, ol" Atlanta, Ua., KAVK be owes rii- lif_ M Site "Kidnty and I.inr CreatlBargain in Oat Meal Flty barrels, irj per barrel. f J 00, or per p mnd. FRI-IT Hort Over iiuwe 1 been >jld. Send for fft In onth Jollowtnc-J New York Money and New YORK. Bar silver 1 ligbt. Uoverniueut dull. In 11 o'clock innkfl noon p natl, H a nd r r C.evf land NM FNT BONDS. 'lU I'-coiipoo i Faciflf Ii ___ IT Panmtna old il-l ft Wayne Rmdinc ______ ae _______ AA i Prcf Tref.bkl 114 W.MtLAT N Y 139J4! Prrf aii e Htiorv. l.'lli Firf. naila Hoalh _ F Mlchij.xnl'eiit... I ltnt -rie __ Firrt prtl... fnt _____ XwthWa N O.. t r.oi M J (VtilreL....... Mlss_.. fivl, Ubio..! Cleve A e- l c. tM e i I'nloB Pacific UI Padfle W- El....... -Uo'sKJ 1M Kx UHEX l-ref BH New YorkiMarKeU. NET YORK, 11. r MMdf and mo from H to higlKf fc5 J No I 51; irly Januny. 1 March, aad foturr, tff, to flP.iKW.IoeloJlnx No. J Novewt- Jaaanry, llMl iiM.l qnit'; Brw rxlra Pmk Untti-r mi Mmm i aHlf firm; I >r 'T.rtly rboicc ,genfral a Nrw Holland Herrina itiii runii'X l1' r ke-p. Chicago Markets. (.'uu NcTtmbi. II. Him liigher at 1 1 l xi1; January. dirn firm ncd higbrr at biilcaati; bIJ May. Uglier; it1.; Janntry, llye I? oO Jjuicnry with complicity in the robborj ol and attempt Uikill Dr. -ncer, at Mount Vernon, aeieraJ months has beeu arrested at DjTil's Island, Miss., and broURit back for irisl. Two men, Itie li it t' tiie a aOO nameJ Kemper aod Reid, have been arresMd as Railroad Taiotior. for ISBI. Morgan ad-j TLe lax K t'i< i i- mi'lsibil be when the mikes the to'I.iwii... I.T.-.I robbery tojk place, bu'. Ihat he parlicipaled in it. Boyd. daughter vf _ I-eor, wealthy laruier of county, eloped with IVter atchett, a Frenchman employed as a driver of a delivery wapin for Cwsell's grocery and Wajue r county of COAL AT J.ii.rs K.-i, Hi e reliable coal and rll-r  f if we .iiiickly o.i fe'i.hiucr Al. lUt ,i. hid low.'rt-d tbi'.r yawl sue Iheiuselvri, 1 h.a llie Brunswick for shore, i di.l nol txlirve al thai lime we sinking, bul I went be- low and l.iun.l that >'n' ra; 'dly filling, and I iluwd tbe bulkhead down, and let pumps work. Three'jui'ters ol an br.tir Ine collision Ihe wcnl lorcmost. S-vcn men, !IK I'.i'linn reinsin lei ol Vurk, wa tr.-rl. X .v. ...I. Sweot Jamaca Oranges, Forty KMS Kip.- biiMiis-, lire i-enn eaih. ranti hVl-inary. Baltimore Markets. uiry, l winter 1 l 1 j Novt' Toledo Warkets. TOLEDO. u. firiu; No. 2 n-.l, cash crNovi-iu- I Krttrttary, 1 ''4. O.m firm; No. 2, January, Oat, iiothlQK doing; No. I yuu Marfcri. r..ctwl dally tyH. Co. I KOKT WATMC, SOY. 11. 'K-No. t wck; 1 i.ew. ami lastlnn per- l BAK..KV-I The Si I. _ LEGAL NEWS. Mi for sale by rti-t- l-''tl A Homelike Place. i. xjirrSMon o1 all who tl.--'. j ij.ulsr lin-telry, the luiiilis "stieet. h tbr. f tl c Tbe Bribery Case. AI.KANV, November ihe illneaa of the Attorney (ientral Ibe brIU rj will nol come up to day. Tornflc Boiler Dr.mon, November H.-A fcrrifle boiler f iploticn, klllioc four men and lolally wrecking boilers, txrur- wftL marked sue memner of the firm potter of the supreme courl of I ndi.na ITlsTrt lh' ol his office, four year., when be was M. inlay, NuVi'inUr II ct Ihii Judge pie 1 I siding and a full jury pnsfiil. Alter the unial preliiiiinar) woik tlir case if Wai. Kruae, burglary, tA bis otnce, lour nominated byhis putyconvtnl.on by imatlon, but, with the rest of the xratic state ticket, was ilileated lasi'fall. These genii, n on come amoogiloui seeking nol only yet both young, they will undoublWly be rewarded wllh suciesa In both re- KIJ n.s; it.' rve 1 in I'.' IUOI.I lll'll- ugliDut and  4is are Urge and well ..I lali'r contains the nisi.tl is >tyle. The Tre- is silnaled, n tlM ir MILL Ii.. rn tip i ii trUl. LV-iiil ibis alU'tiiuoit WM fnnn-M in inj Thr of ,-iaiou f (Iff H. wllh TO" n" umfltm. fri t-'litfMiwn. c.ty, ftii'l orticf is equipped mill, nil -lit1 f to ntfrt tbt ct ilif trxTflinf fub'io. It tl nl of I.H liou-r, that v.lifu one t UUCP utoi'i-f't withbim thf v will tu ttir I rrmonl their IM in On- Hlf- mn nit, i.v. IIKIOSSKK It (I LEMONS I., Artue sslrl-v U. A tu, 23 W. St., Ft. Wayne, Ind   

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